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Pa e 14 Firewood restrictions in effect on state land The recent discovery of emer- ald ash borer (EAB) in a St. Paul neighborhood means that people should no longer pack firewood when making summer camping plans. Minnesota Department of Nat- ural Resources (DNR) Commis- sioner Mark Holsten May 20 issued a revised order dealing with use of firewood on state land. It will be published in the State Register from June 15-28. Under the new order, only fire- wood purchased at a state park or from a DNR-approved vendor may be brought onto state land. More firewood information is available . Approved firewood vendors must supply firewood that meets one of the following standards: • Non-ash firewood originating on lands within Minnesota and within 100 miles of the DNR land on which it is to be used. • Firewood originating from Minnesota that has been heat- treated in a kiln certified by the Minnesota Department of Agri- culture. • Split firewood from Minne- sota that is 100 percent debarked according to federal guidelines (removal of bark and outer one- half inch of sapwood). A list of approved firewood ven- C, llllllllait., Thursday, June 18, 2009 v . t,~ " ~ ..... 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OR start a new subscri for FREE, commercial ads, please, We reserve the right to ly (not family)i and to reject ads deemed un My Name: FREE Classified Ad Request I currently subscribe to the Tri:CountyNews, subscription is paid up through July 31, 2009, or beyond. or [~I'd l~e to start a new subscription and get my free - classified ads. Enclosed is the subscription coupon above. Please run my ad below for (circle one) 1 2 3 4 5 weeks Offer expires, and free ads will not run beyond ]uly 31, 2009. dors is available at: . The receipt supplied by the approved vendor should be retained as proof of purchase. Onapproved firewood brought to a state-administered camp- ground will be confiscated and the transporter is subject to a $100 fine. " People camping on state for- est lands outside of a designated campground may gather dead wood on the ground for campfire Community Thursday, June 18, 7 p.m., Flag retirement ceremony at Willow Creek Park; see notice on page 3. Saturday-Sunday, June 20-21, Little Falls Dam Festival. Saturday, June 20, 6 p.m., Meeker County Demolition Derby at Meeker County Fairgrounds; see ad on page 3. Monday-Thursday, June 22-25, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Lilly Oncology on Canvas exhibit at Paynesville Area Health Care System. See their ad on page 8; exhibit is free and open to the public. Tuesday, June 23, 7 p.m., "Earth, Wood, Stone" with historian and author Bill Morgan; Kimball Area Historical Society program at Kim- ball City Hall. Thursday, June 25, 7 a.m.-noon, Pillow cleaning at Kimball Legion Club; watch for details. Thursday-Sunday, June 25-28, Valley Daze; parade is 7 p.m. Sat- urday; carnival starts at 1 p.m. Thursday and runs through Sun- day (in school parking lot). Thursday, June 25, 5-7 p.m., Kimball Area Arts in the Park in Willow Creek Park (Kimball). See ad on page 5 for this free, family event. Saturday, June 27, Fair Haven Old Settlers' Picnic. 10 a.m. parade (line-up at 9 a.m. at Concordia Luth. Church). See notice on page 6, and watch for more information next week. Saturday-Sunday, June 27-28, St. Mary Help of Christians parish festival in St. Augusta. Wednesday-Sunday, July 1-5, Annandale Independence Day fes- tival. Sunday, July 5, Annandale Old West Extravaganza. Friday-Sunday, July 10-12, ROckville Rock-Fest. Saturday-Sunday, July 11-12, Pearl Lake Parish Festival (watch for ad next week). Thursday-Sunday, July 16-19, KCP production of Camelot; watch for details. Friday-Sunday, July 17-19, Grand opening at Millner Heritage Winery (Hwy. 15, 7 miles south of Kimball). Thursday-Saturday, July 23-24, Cold Spring Hometown Pride Fes- tival. Saturday, July 25, South Haven Day. Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 1-2, Wat- kins Kraut 'n' Wurst Festival. Tuesday, Aug. 4, Kimball cele- brates National Night Out, at Wil- low Creek Park in Kimball. Friday-Saturday, Aug. 7-8, Clearwater festival. • Friday-Sunday, Aug. 7-9, Kim- ball Days. use onsite. In state parks and des- ignated campgrounds in state for- ests, people are prohibited from scavenging dead wood. The new order specifies that firewood originating from a quar- antined county in Minnesota will be approved only for use in that county. Firewood from counties con- tiguous to quarantined counties in Minnesota will be approved only for use in those counties. Currently, there is a quarantine on firewood, ash trees and ash prod- ucts in Hennepin, Houston and Ramsey counties. To slow the spread of EAB, the quarantine prohibits the move- ment of the following items out of Hennepin, Houston and Ramsey counties: • Firewood from hardwood (non-coniferous) species. • Entire ash trees. • Ash limbs and branches. • Ash logs or untreated ash lum- ber with bark attached. • Hncomposted ash chips and uncomposted ash bark chips greater than one inch in two of the three dimensions. More information about the quarantine is available . While EAB spreads slowly on its own, it can hitch a ride to new areas when people transport fire- wood or other wood products infested with the larvae. Officials urge Minnesotans to take steps to keep EAB from spreading: • Don't transport firewood, even within Minnesota. • Don't bring firewood along on a camping trip. • Buy the wood you need locally from an approved vendor. • Don't bring extra wood home with you. • Don't buy or move firewood that came from outside of Minne- sota. Minnesotans should not buy firewood from people selling it door-to-door if the wood origi- nated from outside Minnesota. r m m m i m m m m i m i i i +i i+iiiiiiiiiiiiiiili+iiiiiii!i+iii+i+i+ 1-County g Ne~Js i Always something to lead... I Tri-c~WS Subscription Form: [3 ~:~:::'EW~L i 13.0+eor ma..+,o ,o e+o,aor o.,o+o t o.to,e ! 13 $20/year SENIOR rate in Minnesota [~ $30/year SENIOR rate out-state ! i (SENIORS are age 62 and older) i i~ame: Telephone:± i -- Tel/Fax(...32_0)3_.98-5_000 -- Friday, June 19, Meeker County Relay for Life. Saturday, June 20, 5-7 p.m., Prime Rib Dinner at Kimball United Methodist Church; a deli- cious meal for Dad and everyone; see their ad on page 3. Saturday-Sunday, June 27-28, St. Mary Help of Christians Parish Festival (in St. Augusta), including chicken dinner 10:45-12:30 Sun- day. Saturday, July 18, KimballWres- tling Booster Golf Tournament; watch for details. Education Saturday, June 20, 10:30-11:30 a.m., "Cross-stitch with me" at Kimball Library; for ages 8 & up (limit of 18). Sunday, June 21, 7 p.m., Kim- ball Wrestling Booster Club meet- ing; Brad Donnay, 398-5362. Wednesday, June 24, 10:30- 11:30 a.m., Sunshine Storyhour at Kimball Library, for ages 3-7; free. Friday, June 26, 10:30-11:30 a.m., "Weave a Jumprope" at Kim- ball Library, for ages 6-12 (limit of 12). Wednesday, July 1, 10:30-11:30 a.m., Sunshine Storyhour at Kim- ball Library, for ages 3-7; free. Wednesday, July 8, 10:30-11:30 a.m., Sunshine Storyhour at Kim- ha]] Library, for ages 3-7; free. Friday, Ju]y 10, 10:30-11:30 a.m., "Create with Clay" at Kimbal] Library with Mike Linn; for ages 9-13 (limit of 12). Goverment Wednesday, June 24, 7 p.m., Clearwater River Watershed Dis- trict Board of Managers Work Ses- sion, Kimball City Hall. Thursday, June 25, 7:30 p.m., Maine Prairie Township Compre- hensive Growth meeting, at Kim- ball Area Fire Hall; (320) 398-2905. Tuesday, July 7 (NOTE DATE CHANGE), 7 p.m., Kimball City Council meeting, Kimball City Hall. (320) 398-2725. Thursday, July 9, 7 p.m., Wat- kins City Council, at Watkins City' Hall. Wednesday, July 22, 6:30 p.m., Clearwater River Watershed Dis- trict Board of Managers Work Ses- sion, Kimball City Hall. Monday, July 20, 7 p,m., Kim- ball City Council meeting, Kim- ball City Hall. (320) 398-2725. Rubber stamps You can now order rubber stamps, seals and signs. Quick service, low prices and high quality. Stop by and take a look! !+eL 70 Main Street South Kimball (3201 398-5000 T